As a Instrumentation and Controls Tech you will troubleshoot, repair, calibrate, and install control systems and instrumentation associated with utilities and industrial related infrastructure. Your ability to work independently, along with your skill to troubleshoot will be instrumental in keeping the systems at DFW Airport in good working condition.
What you will be doing:
• Troubleshooting, maintaining, repairing, calibrating, and installing industrial and utility related control systems and instrumentation.
• Reading and interpreting specifications, diagrams and schematics detailing instrumentation and control systems installation and maintenance requirements and operating parameters.
• Testing faulty components and circuits using test equipment such as function generators and multimeter; performs bench repair of components and circuits; replaces defective components and wiring; calibrates equipment according to specifications.
• Maintaining pneumatic, electro-mechanical, electrical, and electronic measurement standards traceable to appropriate N.I.S.T. standards.
• Calibrating measurement and test equipment/instruments using N.I.S.T. traceable standards.
• Maintaining records of repairs, calibrations, and tests.
What you need:
• Completion of high school curriculum or equivalent.
• Three (3) years of maintenance/repair experience on microprocessor-based pneumatic/electronic instrumentation and control systems.
• Formal training in instrumentation and controls technology or a related field.
• Prior certification, or ability to satisfactorily complete:
a. The State of Texas “Certified Wastewater Collection System Operator” Class I certification within one year.
b. The State of Texas Class D Water Works Operator certification within one year.
c. Ability to successfully obtain a High-Pressure Refrigerant license within one year of employment.
• Any equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be substituted for the above.
• Possession of a valid Class C driver's license.
What we desire:
• Knowledge of methods, equipment and materials used in maintenance of pneumatic/electronic instruments and control systems.
• Ability to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair malfunctions/defects in electronic and pneumatic equipment.
• Ability to document work and maintain accurate records of installation, test results and repairs.
• Ability to pass a color vision deficiency test.
We are Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport—one of the most successful airports in the world by any definition. We’re recognized for our innovation, leadership, drive for excellence and talented employees.
Our success is made possible because of the diverse talents of over 2,000 employees who champion our mission of providing an exceptional airport experience to our customers and connect our community to the world. We’re looking for the best talent to join us and help reimagine what an airport can be.
Bring your talents to DFW. Live and work with purpose.